Ecology and Conservation
M.S. Jesús Pacheco
He is currently a full-time Academic Technician "B". He completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the National School of Professional Studies, Campus Zaragoza of the UNAM and the Masters in Ecology at the Faculty of Sciences also at the UNAM. Since He joined the laboratory in 1991, first as a student and later as an academic, He have carried out several studies in Northern Mexico, specifically on ecology, biodiversity (mammals, amphibians and reptiles), fragmentation and conservation of the black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) and on the reintroduction of the black-footed ferret (Mustela nigripes). He is currently participating in a project on new species in Peru. He is instructor and organizer of the "International Conservation Biology Course". His scientific output includes 22 articles in refereed journals, 4 articles in non-refereed journals, 1 book, 19 book chapters, 11 divulgation articles. He has published in journals such as PLOS ONE, Conservation Biology, Biological Conservation, Journal of Mammalogist, International Journal of Wilderness, Journal of Tropical Biology, Therya, Acta Zoológica Mexicana, Mexican Journal of Mastozoology and Oxford University Press. His main interest is the ecology of populations and communities, biodiversity and vertebrate conservation in Mexico and Latin America and reintroduction and relocation of endangered species.